In a perfect world, our society has equal access to information curated only by independent, tenacious, reliable, and responsible journalists, which help us make decisions and move forward as a society. In a perfect world, these unbiased information equip us with what we need to truly understand and empathize with those who suffer, to hold […]
One of a handful of precious things still worth cherishing from our dreadful 2020 is the 20th anniversary of Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous”.
The Pulitzer Prize Board will postpone the announcement of this year’s winners because some board members are busy covering the global coronavirus outbreak.
The UP Journalism Club (UPJC) is set to hold its forum, Media 2.0: Rethinking Journalism, on the changing media landscape as part of its 65th anniversary celebration. With author, blogger, and UP professor Danilo Arao and Sociology professor Samuel Cabbuag to serve as speakers, you can be one with the UPJC in taking a glimpse […]
Because of the widespread misuse of the “much-abused” apostrophe, a society whose sole goal is to protect the punctuation mark has finally given up.
SENTINEL, the Science and Technology Editors’ League of the Philippines, will hold SENTX 2019: Contextualizing Science Journalism in the Philippine Setting, a two-day seminar-workshop, at the NCPAG Assembly Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman on September 7-8, 2019 (Saturday to Sunday). This event is in partnership with Strawberry Foods Corporation, with INQPOP!, INQUIRER.net and WhenInManila.com […]